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Steeple Hill Books Building a Family

Lawyer Eleanor Washburn defends wayward teenagers and supervises volunteers for Habitat for Humanity without missing a beat. But she is unnerved by fascinating single dad Pete Beck-especially since his chaotic life includes a little girl wishing for a mother. Sweet Cassie has Eleanor yearning for what's been missing from her lonely existence. Soon, both dad and daughter are chipping away at Eleanor's defenses. Can she find the courage to risk losing her heart to this ready-made family?
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Building a Family

Date:November 17, 2011
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Kimberly
Age:25-34
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Building a Family is the final book in Lyn's New Friends Street trilogy. The series is based on building three Habitat for Humanity houses. I enjoyed the interplay between Eleanor and Pete. Adoption/foster parenting as a single parent, forgiveness, extreme feminism, "chosen" family members, and the effects of divorce on the entire family are all themes included in Building a Family. If you're looking for a quick, sweet read during the busy holiday season, this may be the book for you.
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